Thirty years after his death, we look back at the life and legacy of Pakistan’s greatest artist.
Shereen Ikramullah and Anjum Alix Noon present an unorthodox idiom with shared canvases
Sumera Jawad’s newest paintings have substituted strong, everyday women for deities
Kaleem Khan’s landscape of arid Balochistan are his real forte
Muhammad Javed stirs the memories of yesteryear by bringing the early years of Pakistani art back to life
Saira Waseem’s miniatures use elements of Western mythology, politics and history to comment on her homeland
Despite facing suppression and discrimination Colin David never compromised on his instinctive figurative style, which
In a two-person show, Ayesha Durrani and Attiya Shaukat present socially responsive and emotionally receptive art
Sana Dar tries to develop a visual dialogue between her inner self and the outer world
Ali Hammad presents the conventional genre of still life in his exhibition
Zahid Masood’s caricatures appear as part of a comic series
Akram Dost Baloch’s paintings show the uncertain nature of our society and
its identity crisis
The birth centenary of Shakir Ali begins with the exhibition of paintings by Masood Kohari
Lahore Museum exhibits an exclusive and rare collection of Pahari paintings, displaying the last era of the royal
Durre Waseem covers the theme of street life in big cities in this show
John Lockwood Kipling’s contribution in preserving arts and crafts of Punjab is commemorated at a symposium
In modern-day Pakistan, the city adored by Mughal emperors carried forward grand traditions in miniature art
The multi-genre exhibition combines the work of street artists with established painters
Depicting Lahore in images is an old practice and its early patterns could be found in the miniature paintings of ...
Traditional techniques make a revival as Komail Aijazuddin delves into the relationship between human figures...